Cats are normally clean animals, so it can be shocking to find your cat running around with bits of poop stuck to its butt. This can occur with long haired cats but sometimes can occur with short haired cats too.

One problem is that there isn’t enough room between your cat’s butt and the litter, which means your cat’s legs might not be tall enough. If that’s the case, you may need to use less litter.

Cats might also be stressed out and not clean themselves as a result. Then again, cats just might want to see how far you’ll go in making them happy so watching you clean their butts is the ultimate way of showing your inferiority to the feline race.

To learn more about why poop might stick to your cat’s butt, click here.